eusoh, a Los Angeles, CA-based platform for protecting against unexpected costs, raised $2M in seed funding.
The company intends to use the funds to further scale its technology and marketing operations. A Series A round is projected in coming months to accelerate growth into additional markets.
Led by Dr. Allen Kamrava, eusoh is a new crowdsharing software platform that provides a transparent way for consumers to share expenses (starting with Vet care) using scalable technology and the power of community. The service streamlines expense sharing by allowing consumers to select and join groups to crowd-share unexpected expenses.
The platform is designed to avoid the costs of storing and collecting money that burden traditional risk-pooling models.
Currently, visitors to eusoh.com have limited access to the beta version of the platform, which is only fully accessible to a select group of early adopters and brand ambassadors.
Members who sign up can join groups before the official launch date and invite friends and family to join them.